The End of Blindness Movie Review

Digital Release (Video On Demand) November 16, 2021


“The End of Blindness” is a documentary about Dr. Samuel Bora who is an ophthalmologist living in Ethiopia. In fact, he is the only one in the country’s capital (Addis Ababa) of around 3 million people. When these people in the impoverished country develop eye problems, like cataracts or an eye injury, he is the only one they can turn to. With his unwavering help, he has become a sight-restoring angel to the poor. Read more

14 Peaks: Nothing Is Impossible Trailer Debut




Director: Torquil Jones

Executive Producers: Jimmy Chin, Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi, Nirmal “Nimsdai” Purja, Mark Webber, Anna Barnes
Produced by: Noah Media Group in association with Little Monster Films

Run Time: 1h 41min

Genre: Documentary


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Finding Kendrick Johnson Movie Review


The idea behind making a documentary film is to, sometimes, shed light on oppression or wrongdoing. Once the film is made, people will see the truth that may not have even played out in the news… if the director did his job. All of that takes place right here because the director most certainly did do his job.
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Procession – Official Netflix Trailer


Six men who were sexually abused by their Catholic clergy when they were boys, find strength in creating short films inspired by what they experienced.


Directed by: Robert Greene

Starring: Joe Eldred, Mike Foreman, Ed Gavagan


Rated: R

Run Time: 1h 56min

Genre: Documentary


*Made in Consultation with: Joe Eldred, Mike Foreman, Ed Gavagan, Dan Laurine, Michael Sandridge & Tom Viviano


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Becoming Cousteau Movie Review


This movie is surprisingly wonderful. It covers every aspect of Jacques-Yves Cousteau’s life from the beginning to the end, never once feeling stale or tiresome. Through this, you will see how and why he started exploring the sea, where it took him, and how some of his research led to the harm of the planet, himself, and us.

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Movie Review of The Rescue from National Geographic Documentary Films

Thank you, National Geographic Documentary Films! This is very captivating. “The Rescue” is a film that recounts the steps taken to help save twelve youngsters and their coach trapped in an underwater cave from impending tragedy.
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Netflix Trailer for ‘Bad Sport’ coming Wed

Series Trailer for ‘BAD SPORT’


6 Episode Format


Directors: Luke Sewell, Miles Blaydon-Ryall, Alex Kiehl, Lizzie Kempton, Georgina Cammalleri, James House


Executive Producers: Tim Wardle (Three Identical Strangers), Adam Hawkins (Don’t F*ck with Cats)


Production Company: RAW


Genres: Documentary, Crime, Mystery, Sport


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